How to Destroy Your Rapport with Your Students
I know there are teachers out there who insist that it’s important to have a good rapport with your students. They say that a good rapport can be the difference between a class that is out-of-control and one that respects and listens to you. Or that once you develop a good rapport with a student, you may be amazed how dedicated and loyal they become.
But I’m just not sure I believe them. I think a good rapport is extremely overrated. And furthermore, it just might be something you need to avoid at all cost.
To that end, I’ve provided you with 7 easy ways that you can destroy any rapport you might have built up with your students.